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Steve Pink to helm an adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson's The Curse of Lono

I was somewhere around London, Ontatio, when the news that HOT TUB TIME MACHINE director Steve Pink had signed on to helm an adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson's THE CURSE OF LONO began to take hold. I remember saying something like "I feel a bit lightheaded, maybe you should drive ..." And suddenly I realized that there'd soon be another film in the works...
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11.07.2017
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Why It Works: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Why It Works is an ongoing column which breaks down some of the most acclaimed films in history and explores what makes them so iconic, groundbreaking, and memorable. ****SPOILERS AHEAD**** When it comes to playing by the rules of conventional filmmaking, Terry Gilliam is about as irreverent as it gets. From his early days of making ridiculous animations for Monty...
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02.03.2017
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Nyuk Nyuk, The Three Stooges will be getting a sequel

The Three Stooges were a major part of my youth; watching Moe, Larry, Curly, and Shemp engage in choreographed slapstick always brought a smile to my face. The idea of other actors stepping into those roles felt like an impossibility, but I knew it was only a matter of time before I (and other Stooge fans) would have to deal with that very thing. Chris Diamantopoulos,  Sean...
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05.08.2015
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Cool Videos: See if you can name which flicks the top 100 action movie one-liners come from

After enjoying a hearty meal and copious amounts of alcohol last night, I found myself watching one of my favorite Christmas movies: THE LONG KISS GOODNIGHT. In between the Renny Harlin action setpieces, I found myself quoting the numerous brilliant Shane Black one-liners in the film. I began to think about how we don't get very many good action one-liners these days and lo and...
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12.26.2013
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Cool Videos: Will Sasso driving around as Arnold Schwarzenegger is pure comedy gold

Comedian Will Sasso isn't necessarily a household name, but a very recognizable face. Recently, Sasso played Curly in the big-screen version of THE THREE STOOGES (which was actually pretty fun), but he's probably most famous for his Arnold Schwarzenegger skits from Mad TV. Sasso famously portrayed the Austrian actor in a number of hilarious skits throughout his run on the ensemble...
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04.24.2013
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